• Janss Steps

    The Janss Steps were the original 87-step entrance to the university. They are named for the Janss brothers, real estate developers who sold the land on which UCLA is built and who went on to develop Westwood Village.

  • Janss Steps

    The Janss Steps were the original 87-step entrance to the university. They are named for the Janss brothers, real estate developers who sold the land on which UCLA is built and who went on to develop Westwood Village.

  • Wilson Plaza

    Wilson Plaza, named after Robert and Marion Wilson, is located between the Student Activities Center and Kaufman Hall. It provides an inviting lawn for students to relax and socialize between classes. Also, a parking structure is conveniently concealed below the plaza.

  • Fowler Museum

    The Fowler Museum of Cultural History, which has exhibits highlighting non-Western art and artifacts, sits to the north of Janss Steps. Admission to the Fowler Museum is free.

  • Anderson School of Management

    The UCLA Anderson School of Management is consistently ranked among the top-tier business schools in the world. The school is housed in a complex of six brick and glass buildings - designed by Pei, Cobb, Freed & Partners - and completed in 1995.

  • Kaufman Hall

    Kaufman Hall (also known as the Dance Building, and formerly the Women's Gym) houses the World Arts and Cultures Department, the North Pool and the Kaufman Garden Theater.

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The Janss Steps were the original 87-step entrance to the university. They are named for the Janss brothers, real estate developers who sold the land on which UCLA is built and who went on to develop Westwood Village.